Charlie, Dennis, Mac, Dee, and Frank are names that you know– You are more than likely very familiar with their shenanigans, Paddy’s Pub, and the trouble that these five get themselves into.
You know It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia— The hit sitcom that premiered on FX way back in 2005? Of course you do. Right now you can enjoy it on Netflix– 11 seasons, season one having 7 episodes, season 2 having 10, and 8 episodes in three through 11.
If you are in the middle of watching for the first time, I would suggest that you hurry through the short episodes to make it through as it has been announced that this show was won in the Hulu battle– Hulu won.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will follow suite of the other 20th Century Fox shows that have already lost the battle to Netflix on December 8. Hurry and binge watch it before it is gone!
The other shows that have already been “taken” by Hulu? How I Met Your Mother, Bob’s Burgers, Burn Notice, Bones and Glee. While How I Met Your Mother hasn’t quite left the Netflix lineup yet, it will be gone on November 13.
It’s Always Sunny was a big hit on FX when it premiered over ten years ago and it is still a big hit today. Contracting dictates that certain shows stay and certain shows leave.
Contracting really takes all the fun out of online streaming when it comes the shows that we really want to see, the shows that we want to keep on Netflix, and the shows that have already been taken off of the streaming service that we know and love.
Just remember, the shows that leave the streaming services are NOT leaving due to the fact that Netflix wants to take the shows off. There is much more to a show “leaving” Netflix than just taking shows off.
What do you think about It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia leaving Netflix? You’ve already gone through the trauma of losing Bones, Bob’s Burgers, Burn Notice, Glee, and soon How I Met Your Mother.
Let us know what you think! We would love to hear from you.